visit Marrakech


Visit Marrakech without discover its historical monuments that reflect the glorious past of the red city, we offer places that attract tourists from around the world. Medina


Surrounded by ramparts, is the site of the old walled city Almoravide around 1060. In addition to the Koutoubia, the Jemaa el Fna, souks, contains one thousand narrow streets.

The Souks.

Must. It includes everything from memory to the room through the old carpet, clothing, furniture, all the craftsmen of Marrakesh exhibit their items.


Tanners For decades, the tanners work the same way the skins and leather. An informative visit.


Jemaa El Fna

Universal Heritage by Unesco, the place is a must to discover. Storytellers, shows, snake, street vendors and of course the many outdoor restaurants.


Can not be visited but only admired. More than 70m high, is the pride of Marrakech.


The Mellah (Jewish Quarter)

Under the covered market and around the place of metalworkers, jewelers and you will find the best spices in Marrakesh.



The new city is made up of wide avenues, where luxury shops, boutiques and clothing stores have their decorations.


Les Remparts

Wall of the Medina.19km pierced with many doors (the Bab) style very rich and varied.


Dar Si Said Museum Museum

trend which combines Berber jewelry, carpets, weapons. Open every day except Tuesday from 9 to 12 and from 16h to 19h.


Pleasure of Bahia

This huge palace where Lyautey visited an architectural wonder to visit (also for flower gardens). Open daily from 8:30 am to 13h and from 16h to 19h.


El Badi Palace

You can admire the beautiful inlays and a huge Minbar (pulpit) of ivory and rare woods. The splendid view of Marrakech. Open daily from 8:30 to 11:45 and 14:30 to 17:45.


Theatre Royal.

Exhibition halls, theaters, place to visit is a huge monument of recent architecture, decorated simply and tastefully Enquiries 0524 43 15 16


Ben Youssef Madrasa

Former Koranic school, where you can admire the beauty of art Saadian. Open daily from 9am to 18pm (closed for religious holidays).


Marrakech Museum

2000m ² decorated in the purest tradition and dedicated to contemporary art. Temporary exhibitions and thematic. Open daily from 9am to 18pm.


Tiskiwin Museum.

In this house owned by Bert Flint, Moroccan artisans are featured.

To get there, ask the caretaker.



Several shrines and halls. Resting place of the dead family el Mansour, set themselves up in the middle of flower gardens. Open daily from 8:30 to 11:45 and 14:30 to 17:45.


Jardin Majorelle

Formerly the property of Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé offered to the city, and consists of an exceptional garden. Open daily from 8am to 12pm and from 15h to 19h.



Legend has it that the Sultan threw her suitors in the pool after being seduced. Lovely view of the Atlas.


The Cyber Park

Newest parks Marrakech, the Cyber Park is a huge garden combined with communication technologies. Come and surf in nature.


Central Market

The market has moved but still offers stalls of spices, gourmet products, its traditional handicrafts, its particular character.


Dar el Bacha

One of the most beautiful palaces of Marrakech. Jewel of urban architecture consists of reception room, harem, flowers, a patio, a former Turkish bath. A masterpiece of craftsmanship.